Finding Balance

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The Lord Is My Shepherd

In her down-to-earth book More Than Sparrows, Mary Welch tells of her discussion with a group of high schoolers about worry. Although they were Christians, they were as worried as pagans about the common things of life. As she listened to them with love, yearning to...

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One Day at a Time

After five years of marriage I found myself "Single Again," and raising my three year old son alone. The thirty dollars a week from child support was not nearly enough. So without a college education, and limited skills, I went out to look for a job. I was fortunate...

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Self-Surgery

Not many people enjoy going to the doctor, but according to Reuters, in 1994, one London accountant took that to an extreme. The sixty-three-year-old man knew he needed bladder surgery but he could not overcome his fear of doctors and hospitals. So he self-reliantly...

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Are You Going to Help Me?

In 1989 an 8.2 earthquake almost flattened Armenia, killing over 30,000 people in less than four minutes.In the midst of utter devastation and chaos, a father left his wife securely at home and rushed to the school where his son was supposed to be, only to discover...

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The Cushion of the Sea

I read a story about a new submarine that was being tested. As part of its test, the submarine had to remain submerged beneath the ocean's surface for a long time. While the submarine was submerged for its test, a powerful storm passed through the area, causing a...

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Floating

Thanks to Pastor Jim and the Net 153 Christian Magazine where the whole family can find health Christian resources.A father was out swimming with his two children in the Atlantic Ocean, when he noticed that the tide was pulling them out to sea. Realizing that his...

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God’s Embroidery

When I was a little boy, my mother used to embroider a great deal. I sit at her knee and look up from the floor and ask what she was doing. She informed me that she was embroidering. I told her that it looked like a mess from where I was. As from the underside I...

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